WASHINGTON (6/3/13)--The U.S. House and Senate return today for a four-week session leading up to a July 4 District Work Break.
On Friday, House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) announced the committee's hearing schedule for the first half of June, while noting that the schedule is tentative and dependent upon witness availability and "other factors" that may require changes. Meetings become final only when a hearing notice is made public. Hearing notices can be found online using the resource link below.
The panel's tentative hearing schedule includes:
- A June 5 hearing by the subcommittee on capital markets and government-sponsored enterprises to examine the market power and impact of proxy advisory firms;
- A June 12 session by the full committee on alternative housing finance models;
- Also on June 12, the subcommittee on capital markets and government-sponsored enterprises will study proposals to support capital formation;
- On June 13, the subcommittee on monetary policy and trade will conduct a hearing to discuss reforms to the Export-Import Bank; and,
- The Housing and insurance subcommittee, also on June 13, will hold a hearing on international insurance issues.